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Top 10 Leadership Blog Posts - April 2014
Top 10 Leadership Blog Posts - April 2014
Top 10 Leadership Blog Posts - April 2014
Top 10 Leadership Blog Posts - April 2014
Top 10 Leadership Blog Posts - April 2014
Top 10 Leadership Blog Posts - April 2014
Top 10 Leadership Blog Posts - April 2014
Top 10 Leadership Blog Posts - April 2014
Top 10 Leadership Blog Posts - April 2014
Top 10 Leadership Blog Posts - April 2014
Top 10 Leadership Blog Posts - April 2014
Top 10 Leadership Blog Posts - April 2014
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Top 10 Leadership Blog Posts - April 2014

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Here are 10 of the best leadership blog posts from April 2014.

Here are 10 of the best leadership blog posts from April 2014.

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  • 1. LeadingResources.com 5 Trends in Workplace Communication HuffingtonPost.com 5 Reasons Why 'The Customer Is Always Right' Is Wrong LinkedIn.com 5 Myths of Successful People LinkedIn.com 7 Things Successful People Never Say LifeHack.com 15 Things Highly Confident People Don’t Do LinkedIn.com 7 Management Traits That Will Make Your Employees Quit Success.com 7 Personality Traits of a Great Leader Mashable.com 6 CEO Productivity Tips to Steal for Yourself Inc.com 3 Leadership Lessons from the Mozilla CEO Mess LinkedIn.com 10 Core Beliefs of the Delightfully Successful
  • 2. First, the need to respond quickly to market changes creates the need for a less rigid and bureaucratic work environment. Information must quickly flow up, down, and across traditional channels. Second, the emergence of loosely-bonded teams as the basic unit of business requires people to communicate effectively and reach decisions quickly. Third, the increasing number of people working in global organizations drives the demand for more skillful communicators. Fourth, technology is driving people toward new ways of communicating. More and more people are working in virtual offices, spread across multiple, sometimes moving, locations. Fifth, there is a wide recognition that the old ways of interacting among employees have simply reached the end of their useful life span. 5 Trends in Workplace Communication Read more at www.LeadingResources.com
  • 3. 1: It Makes Employees Unhappy 2: It Gives Abrasive Customers an Unfair Advantage 3: Some Customers Are Bad for Business 4: It Results in Worse Customer Service 5: Some Customers Are Just Plain Wrong 5 Reasons Why 'The Customer Is Always Right' Is Wrong Read more at Huffington Post
  • 4. 5 Myths of Successful People Myth 1: Successful people say, "If I can fit it in, I should fit it in." Truth: Very successful people are absurdly selective. Myth 2: Successful people sleep four hours a night. Truth: Very successful people rest well so they can be at peak performance. Myth 3: Successful people think play is a waste of time. Truth: Very successful people see play as essential for creativity. Myth 4: Successful people are the first ones to jump in with an answer. Truth: Very successful people are powerful listeners. Myth 5: Successful people focus on what the competition is doing. Truth: Very successful people focus on what they can do better. Read more at LinkedIn.com
  • 5. 7 Things Successful People Never Say 1: “That’s not in my job description.” 2: “It can’t be done.” 3: “It’s not my fault.” 4: “This will just take a minute.” 5: “I don’t need any help.” 6: “It’s not fair.” 7: “This is the way it’s always been done.” Read more at LinkedIn.com
  • 6. 7 Management Traits That Will Make All Your Employees Quit Read more at LinkedIn.com 1. Micro Management 2. Do Not Create Office Politics 3. Do Not Lie and Be Mean to Customers 4. Keep Your Dirty Laundry at Home 5. Don't Gripe About Your Employees Working Hard if You Are Not Yourself 6. Abrasive Communication 7. Arrogance
  • 7. 7 Personality Traits of a Great Leader Read more at Success.com 1. Learn to be strong but not rude. 2. Learn to be kind but not weak. 3. Learn to be bold but not a bully. 4. You’ve got to learn to be humble but not timid. 5. Be proud but not arrogant. 6. Develop humor without folly. 7. Lastly, deal in realities.
  • 8. 6 CEO Productivity Tips to Steal for Yourself Read more at Mashable.com 1. Take breaks every 90 minutes 2. Make yourself uninterruptable sometimes 3. Manage your energy, not just your time 4. Don’t be a slave to email 5. Keep your emails short and sweet 6. Delegate, delegate, delegate
  • 9. 3 Leadership Lessons from the Mozilla CEO Mess Read the full story at Inc.com 1. Technical knowledge alone does not a CEO make. 2. CEO must embody core values of the company. 3. A CEO's private life is public.
  • 10. Read more at LifeHack.org 1. They don’t make excuses. 2. They don’t avoid doing the scary thing. 3. They don’t live in a bubble of comfort. 4. They don’t put things off until next week. 5. They don’t obsess over the opinions. 6. They don’t judge people. 7. They don’t let lack of resources stop them 8. They don’t make comparisons. 9. They don’t find joy in people-pleasing. 10. They don’t need constant reassurance. 11. They don’t avoid life’s inconvenient truths. 12. They don’t quit because of minor set-backs. 13. They don’t require anyone’s permission to act. 14. They don’t limit themselves to a small toolbox. 15. They don’t blindly accept what they read on the Internet as “truth” without thinking about it. 15 Things Highly Confident People Don’t Do
  • 11. 10 Core Beliefs of the Delightfully Successful Read more at LinkedIn.com 1. They believe they don’t have to wait to be “selected.” They select themselves. 2. They believe being the first matters less than being the best. 3. They believe success seems predictable only in hindsight. 4. They believe personal success comes from service, not selfishness. 5. They believe in doing a few things no one else is willing to do. 6. They believe that the depth of their network is more important than the breadth. 7. They believe ideas are important… but execution is everything. 8. They believe leadership is earned, not given. 9. They believe in paying it forward. 10. They believe they will make their own history.

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